Contact us at our fishing tackle shop in Cornwall.
We pride ourselves on our history within the fishing tackle trade; not only within Cornwall but the rest of the UK too. As one of the first specialist lure fishing outlets, we've always been one step ahead of the game and attract bass anglers to Cornwall from all over the country. Within Cornwall we are well known for the high quality bass lures and rods that we supply. Our staff are experts in the fields of both bass fishing in Cornwall, and LRF. Having spent so much time experimenting with fishing tackle and methods over the years, we know a thing or two about how it works and what might be best for you.
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Phone: 01208 368014
Whichever direction you're travelling from, the shop is easy to find on the main road running throught the centre of the town - at the far end of what is known as "The Platt" - at the far end, almost opposite the cimena.
From Padstow you would head down towards the town at the small roundabout just past the Royal Cornwall Showground (2nd exit). Passing Tescos and Aldi on your right, continue all of the way down to the bottom of the hill - going straight over the first mini roundabout. At the second mini-roundabout at the bottom of the hill, take the first exit, left. Follow this road to the roundabout, with Lidl directly on your left. At the roundabout, go right. This brings you on to the main road directly through the centre of the town. Continue for around 200m to the mini-roundabout in the very centre of town - having passed "Ann's Cottage", "J Shoes" and "Wadebridge Wines" on your left. Go straight over the roundabout (you're now on The Platt). Our shop is situated at the far end of this road on the left hand side (before you reach the roundabout).
From Bodmin (before you reach the town) you would pass Trelawney Garden Centre on your right hand side while heading through Sladesbridge. As you pass and continue another 200m or so you will reach a left hand junction which will be signposted for Egloshayle and Wadebridge. Take this left and continue all of the way down this road, passing the rugby club on your left and crossing straight over the first mini-roundabout. Pass the tennis courts on your left and at the next mini roundabout, take the first exit left (bringing you over the bridge). At the end of the bridge you'll come in to the town and quickly reach a mini-roundabout. Take the first exit left. This brings you on to "The Platt". Our shop is situated at the far end of this road on the left hand side (before you reach the roundabout).
From Polzeath/Rock and the north coast, enter the town by coming in down Gonvena Hill - past the school on your right. At the bottom of the hill, pass the pub on your right and follow the road as it bends around to the left. At the mini-roundabout, take the second exit - right, over the bridge.At the end of the bridge you'll come in to the town and quickly reach a mini-roundabout. Take the first exit left. This brings you on to "The Platt". Our shop is situated at the far end of this road on the left hand side (before you reach the roundabout).
If you have followed the directions posted here, you have numerous parking options just around the corner.
Continuing from "how to find us"....:
Having just passed the shop on your left and reached the mini roundabout, take the first exit, left. You now have three options.
Option 1: Immediately on your left is a smaller pay-and-display carpark. As with the main carpark, shorter stay tickets are very cheap.
Option 2: Almost immediately on your left is a junction which goes slightly up hill. Just up here on your left is a small section of free parking that is limited to a one hour stay. Be careful not to over run though.
Option 3: Having turned left at the roundabout, follow the road for maybe 80m until you reach the right hand bend. On this corner is a left hand turn at the entrance to the towns main car parks. Take this left and pick from numerous pay and display areas.
It's then just a short walk back to the shop.